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Old 08-05-2012, 03:10 PM
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Go to these web sites and read some of the information they have to offer before you decide on any products. Autopia.org and autogeek.net. Autopia is a professional detailer site that professional detailers compare notes and compare products they use and also they answer questions about the methods they use. They also show off some of their work. Autogeek sells detailer products and they also compare different products and also explain the use of different products and what type of results you can expect using their products. You can also learn about clay bars , their use, and what results you can expect and why you should use a clay bar before you seal/wax your vehicle. If you clay bar your truck, look closely at the surface to see if you have any small scrtaches left by the clay bar. If so, you will need to polish the surface to remove the scratches before you either seal or wax your vehilce. I would recomend you use a good sealant(Wolfgang 3.0) and a good wax(Collinite 845) I am sure you will be happy with the results and the surface will be protected for about 6-7 months. You can then use a good spray detailer after every wash inbetween sealing and waxing your truck.
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